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Gosselin organizes Security Awareness Training for all employees
February 7 is #SaferInternetDay, a theme Gosselin takes very seriously. And not solely for the purpose of protecting the company, but also to arm employees against cybercrime in their personal lives.
“Companies are experiencing more and more impact from online threats that include delays, fines and financial losses as a result. On the one hand, the Security Awareness Training program serves to protect Gosselin from malicious parties,” explains Jonas De Jonge of the ITS team. “On the other hand, our own employees can apply the principles they learn from these campaigns and training programs in their private lives.”
The ITS team will offer interactive content via an awareness platform that includes video tutorials and quizzes that will enable everyone to recognize threats such as phishing emails and hacking. Everyone will be asked to participate in this awareness training.
“This campaign will be rolled out in the coming weeks to months,” according to Jonas, who also provides a couple of valuable tips to avoid the most obvious dangers. “Always use two-step verification to log in, use a unique password for each website or system, always lock your laptop and smartphone if you leave your desk, and report all suspicious emails to ITS.”
About Gosselin Group
Gosselin was founded in 1930 and employs 800 co-workers that generate more than 350 million euro in turnover. The headquarters of Gosselin are located at the Albert Canal in Antwerp, Belgium, and its inland terminal connects the port of Antwerp-Bruges with the European hinterland. The company has 56 offices in 34 countries and has a strong presence in Europe, Russia, the Caucasus and Central Asia. The Gosselin Group consists of two divisions: Gosselin Moving and Gosselin Logistics.
Gosselin Moving offers international moves for multinationals, expats, diplomats, military personnel and private persons.
Gosselin Logistics provides logistics services to businesses: transport solutions, customs formalities, warehousing and terminal operations, and industrial projects for heavy machinery and exceptional transport.